Your age does not determine the youngster you have on the inside, nor your health. Just because I am turning fifty does not mean I am old, ah oh I said the "O" word, forgive me. My grandmother was in her eighties, still driving, busy, and I had to call and make an appointment to see her. I have a dear friend in Tennessee who is raising her fifteen year old nephew, and is in her late seventies. She drives the tractor around her property, grows a great garden, goes camping, hiking, and fishing.
I have decided that when I grow up I want to be like this two magnificent women. Strong, independent and living life to the fullest however, this is going to be somewhat difficult as I vowed never to grow up. I look at grown ups and see them as unhappy, unsmiling, much to serious human beings, and that is not how I want to live.
Age is a matter of the heart, what age do you feel? Me I don't rightly know, I am happy at this time in life. I know and continue to learn new things all the time, and love it. At this point I am even discovering new things about my self, and feel I have purpose.
I know that working out is a big issue when it comes to my health, and feeling good. I believe it is due to doing it for over twenty years that allows me to act like the child that lives in me. I am thankful that I have been taught by the Father how to use His medicine, and food to heal myself.
Until the day I cannot to things physically, it is my life, and I'm living it to the fullest.